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Welcome to English as a Second Language. No Matter your level - beginner, intermediate or advanced, your language skills can improve as you enjoy a warm welcome, new friendships and fun activities with an encouraging, trained and experienced ESL teacher. Join learners from all over the world who gather to learn and share, each at their own gentle and respected pace. Come, give us a try!
For more information please contact Henrietta Fisher, Education & Recreation at 403-705-3233 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a $2 fee for this activity.
This is not an instructional class. Come and join in with other Spanish speaking individuals and make some connections.
For additional information contact Henrietta Fisher, Education & Recreation at 403-705-3233 or email@example.com
Beginner - A comprehensive course for students with no prior knowledge of Spanish. We will learn basic grammar and vocabulary through training and listening, speaking, reading and writing. Chapters 1-3 will be covered.
The textbook used for all Spanish levels is "Dicho y Hecho: Beginning Spanish" Sixth Edition By Laila M. Dawson and Albert C. Dawson. It may be purchased through Amazon.com and/or AbeBooks.com. Please ensure it is Sixth Edition.
2022 Kerby memberships are available now through the Kerby Centre Education & Recreation Department and Membership Desk.
Instructor: Norah Hutchinson
Location: Room 311
**This class runs on Mondays during the scheduled dates.**
NOTE: No Class Oct 10
To register, please contact Henrietta Fisher, Education & Recreation at 403-705-3233 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is designed for students with strong knowledge of grammar and have taken previous conversation courses. It will give an opportunity to: speak the language through discussion of selected material and topics of interest; engage in extended conversations with some fluency and control of grammatical patterns, descriptions & narrations of factual events; and recognize frequently used spoken words, expressions and questions in familiar contexts. Emphasis will continue to be on interaction, with a focus on pronunciation, listening and comprehension.
Minimum Prerequisite: Grammar V plus.
NOTE: No class Oct 10
A continuation of Spanish Grammar II For those students with a basic level of Spanish who want to improve their written, conversational and listening skills. Students will be able to deal with most situations likely to arise when travelling or living in an area where Spanish is spoken. Chapters 7-9 will be covered.
**This class runs on Tuesdays during the scheduled dates.**
NOTE: No Class Oct 11
A continuation of Spanish Grammar I with basic vocabulary and grammatical conjugations. Oral, listening, reading and writing activities are included. Prerequisite: Spanish Grammar I or equivalent. Chapters 4-6 will be covered.
This course is aimed to brush up and improve your Spanish language skills for students who have finished studying the textbook Dicho y Hecho/Grammar 1 - 5 or equivalent. A complete refresher from the basics to in depth grammar topics. Material will be presented through visual and orderly summaries of rules and essential vocabulary. Emphasis is on practice, situational activities, and comprehensive study of troublesome areas of interest. Minimum prerequisite Grammar 5.
**This class runs on Wednesdays during the scheduled dates.**
NOTE: No Class Oct 12
This course is designed for students who have finished levels 1 – 5 of grammar and are ready to put into practice their knowledge. You will have the opportunity to engage in conversations based on familiar topics and a variety of common daily and social situations. Focus is on interaction with peers. Minimum prerequisite Grammar V.
NOTE: No class Oct 12
A continuation of Spanish Grammar III. Chapters 10-12 will be covered.
**This class runs on Thursdays during the scheduled dates.**
NOTE: No Class Nov 10
A comprehensive course for students with no prior knowledge of Spanish. We will learn basic grammar and vocabulary through training and listening, speaking, reading and writing. Chapters 1-3 will be covered.
Location: Dalhousie Community Centre
**This class runs on Fridays during the scheduled dates.**
NOTE: No class Nov 11
Contact Information for Education & Recreation, and Membership:
1133 – 7th Avenue SW Calgary, Alberta T2P 1B2
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